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    I love this orchid! Such a beauty!

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    Wow, that is stunning! So well grown and bloomed. Bravo!!

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    Beautiful bloom, well done Sheryl!

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    Lovely clumps congrats Sheryl.

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    Gorgeous example! Love it!



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    Thank you all! It's been with me for probably at least 10 years and have been able to share divisions with friends. About 35 years ago I inherited one from an uncle. I had no idea what I had in my hands but I remember the wonderful fragrance in the afternoons. And unfortunately with my inexperience so negligence, it was lost. So happy to have this one as a reminder of him and his hobby.
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